Massage Options


Light to firm pressure is applied to points found on the meridians to help regulate the flow of qi (energy) throughout the body. Acupressure is useful for many common ailments, ranging from asthma, to stress, to weight control and more. Any problem you are experiencing, there is an acupoint that will help!

Chi Ne Tsang

This form of massage is also known as “belly work” or “abdominal massage”, but don’t let that scare you! Slow and gentle pressure is applied to the abdominal area, improving digestion, releasing old emotions stored in the organs, and improving the health and vitality of the internal organs. Your belly, body, and mind will thank you.


Swedish Massage:

This relaxing full body oil massage will melt away any tension and stress your body is holding on to. It uses light to medium pressure with long fluid strokes to leave you feeling calm and centered.

Myofascial Release

This method is a very slow, gentle, and relaxing treatment that helps alleviate tension and blockages in the connective tissue, or fascia in the body. Gentle pressure helps all tissues from the skin down to the muscle to stretch and open up. If you are looking to increase your flexibility or range of motion, while giving your mind a break, this treatment is for you!


It is easy to take our hands and feet for granted but we use them constantly every day. Reflexology massage targets the feet and hands, massaging them and relieving tension in those specific muscles. Reflexology also sends signals through the nervous system to the entire body, allowing it to work more efficiently as a whole. Your feet will dance, and your hands will clap with joy!

Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger Point Therapy is a stimulating treatment that uses therapeutic pain to address knots in the muscles. This treatment is best for anyone who uses their body often, or who uses repeated movements of certain muscle groups. Deep pressure with thumbs or elbows are used to break up the toxins stored in knots, and lymphatic work is added to move those toxins and pain out of the area so that the tissues can relax, lengthen, and repair. Fresh, oxygenated blood is delivered to your muscles, allowing you to stretch and move your body more efficiently and without pain.